Book: Kurt Jackson's Sea

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Book: Kurt Jackson's Sea

Kurt Jackson’s art is genuinely radical. It is an intrinsic part of his wider, awareness-changing agenda. Jackson’s art makes actual the brightness of seeing clearly, moments of heightened consciousness, vital both for science and for art.’ Julian Spalding, Art UK, September 2021

For Kurt Jackson (b.1961), Painting the sea could become an obsession, an entire oeuvre in its own right, an endless life absorbing task. And, as this book attests, Jackson s dedication to capturing its constant shape shifting stillness to thundering force, shallows to mysterious depths have brought forth paintings that communicate the sea's ebb and flow, its magic and elusiveness.

Kurt Jackson's Sea captures the beauty of the artist's constantly evolving relationship with one of nature's most challenging subjects. Two hundred colour images complement Jackson's reflections on his interactions with inspirational coastal landscapes - largely experienced in his native Cornwall, but stretching way beyond the county too.

 Related to Kurt Jackson, Mermaids' Tears at Dovecot Studios 2 October – 5 February 2022. Exhibition coincides with the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow on 31 October – 12 November 2021.

Publisher: Lund Humphries Publishers Ltd (7 Jun. 2021)
Language: English
Hardcover: 192 pages
ISBN-13: ‎978-1848224766
Dimensions: ‎22.86 x 27.31 cm

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